I made a quarter recipe of the meatballs but half a recipe for the sauce. Great with egg noodles.
Sorry, this one didn't bowl us over. Made as directed except did not have the fines herbes - used a sprinkling of a few that I had on hand. The dill (I did have to use dried) gave it kind of an odd flavor. Sorry, it just wasn't for us.
These are great! They have a nice savory sauce and the dill really shines through - I used fresh dill and it was wonderful. I baked the meatballs at 400 degrees for 30 minutes instead of frying them, and I used 1 cup regular sour cream and 1 cup reduced fat sour cream to cut down on the calories a bit ;) Thanks for sharing this, I will definitely be making it again!
I've tried at least 5 meatball recipes in the last 3 weeks and this was the most enjoyable. It's flavorful and rich, not to mention retro. The only thing I will change when I make them for a party next week, is to reduce the liquid smoke by a teaspoon. But perhaps the brand I used is a bit strong. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with us. It was worth the wait!
WOW! What a great recipe. I made it last night and everyone wanted seconds. We have three people in our family, and even with seconds, we had some leftovers, so I just added a little milk and reheated it today. I made the meatballs ahead of time, uncooked, and kept them in the fridge so I could finish the rest of the dish quickly at dinnertime. I had no chives, so I substituted the tops of green onions, and I used Gravy Master I had instead of buying Kitchen Bouquet. This is a terrific recipe! Thanks again, rinshinomori, for a great dish. I've tried several recipes before for Swedish meatballs, and this far surpasses any of them!!